A very brief note to Stern in which McClintock stated that she hoped to visit him in Rochester within a week.
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1933-09-18 (September 18, 1933)
Original Repository: American Philosophical Society. Library. Curt Stern Papers
Reproduced with permission of the Curt Stern Papers, American Philosophical Society.
Box Number: 3
Folder Number: 2
September 18, 1933.
Your letter came the day I was leaving for Chicago. Dr. Parker and I drove out to see the "Century of Progress".
It was a great show and I am very glad that I went. I just got back last night. We did not decide to go until just before
leaving so that I could not notify you that I would be late in getting up to Rochester. I shall try to come sometime within
the next seven days if it is all right with you. I have a few things I must do about here to catch up before I can take a
day off. I also want to watch the weather map so that I won't get into a rainy day. It is only a 90 mile drive from
here so that I can come up, Evelyn, you and I can have lunch together and I can come back in the afternoon. Is there any
day that will be more convenient than others? Could you give me your telephone number so that I could call and if I did not
get you I could leave a message for you.